After graduating with a BA(Hons) degree in Architecture from Manchester Polytechnic I spent two years working for architects in Hong Kong. I returned to the U.K. to attend Bartlett School of Architecture at UCL, where I completed my DipArch and RIBA Part 3 at the Bartlett School of Architecture. The following four years were spent working as an architect at practices in Berlin and London, after which I spent a year at the helm of the 3D team for a dot-com company specialising in 3D furniture. In 2001 I set up Lightwell Visualisation Ltd, providing design, illustration and animation services to the design industry. In late 2004 I was approached by BBC News to prepare new studio backdrops for the main BBC One news bulletins. From this point onward, I began to specialise in providing design services to television.
My virtual sets and set extension designs can currently be seen on:
Sky Sports News
Sky Sports F1 Channel, The F1 Show
Sky Sports News Soccer Saturday
Al Jazeera Arabic News
TV3 New Zealand News
At The Races
TV2 Norway News
At the time of writing, I am working on designs for international and U.K. based broadcasters.
In addition to being a registered architect, I am also a Fellow of the Society of Architectural Illustration.